Honda tuning and performance parts: Step-by-step plan for more power
Honda tuning is extremely popular. The Honda engine is therefore a rewarding tuning project that you can use in all directions. From the factory, Honda's engines are already spicier than the engines of various other car brands. That invites you to get even more power out of it.
You want to tune your Honda, but where do you start? There are so many performance parts available. That makes choosing difficult. Putting together the right Honda tuning parts for your set-up is important if you really want to get all the power from your engine. The better the performance parts are matched to each other, the faster and nicer your Honda will drive.
It is therefore important that you think about what you want to achieve in advance. This prevents you from buying tuning and performance parts for your Honda now, which will be of no use to you later. In this series of blogs we take you step by step into the world of Honda tuning.
That is exactly why the blog about handling and braking comes before tuning and performance. It may not sound that spectacular, but good handling and braking will give you a lot of driving pleasure and ensure that you can enjoy the horsepower you will get from your engine even more.
In this series of blogs you will discover:
- How to improve your Honda's handling and braking;
- What is possible in terms of performance tuning with your Honda;
- Which interior and exterior parts are available to customize the look of your Honda to your liking;
- How to best maintain your Honda, so that you can enjoy your car for years to come.
We secretly assume that you first give your brakes and chassis a major upgrade, before you get serious power from your Honda. Because with excellent road holding and sufficient stopping power, your Honda is really ready for extra power!
What do you want to achieve with your Honda tuning project?
In the Honda Tuning start guide you have already been able to read in broad terms what is possible with your Honda. In the blog about handling and braking you have seen all the important points of attention. You now know exactly what you need to get your assets back on the road and to stop in time.
Knowing in advance where you want to go with your Honda tuning project gives you a clearer picture of which performance parts you need for your build.
To give you an example: Many Honda tuners start by replacing their catalytic converter with a cat replacement. If you already know that you want an exhaust manifold with a JDM connection, your cat replacement will no longer fit, because it has a flange that is too small. That’s a shame, of course.
If you want to tune your Honda at a leisurely pace and the JDM exhaust manifold comes much later, you can of course always choose to drive with a regular size cat replacement for the time being. This also applies to the exhaust manifold. If you already know that you want to start driving with a turbo in the short term, it is not useful to spend a lot of money on a performance exhaust manifold now. You will no longer need this when your turbo set-up is installed.
There are a few questions to ask yourself before you start tuning your Honda:
- Do I want to continue driving NA (Naturally Aspirated)? So without a turbo or supercharger.
- Would I like a turbo?
- Do I prefer a supercharger?
- How much power do I ultimately want to have?
- Where do I mainly want to use my Honda?
All these questions are important for choosing the right Honda tuning parts. You will build an engine that remains NA very differently than a Honda with turbo or supercharger. Even between these two blown systems there is a big difference.
The final power you want is also something to take into account. There comes a point where the stock engine parts can no longer handle the power and your bike needs stronger internals. Of course you don't want to see your connecting rods coming out through your hood. By building your Honda engine with stronger parts, such as connecting rods and pistons, you ensure that it can handle all the extra power.
Adjust your Honda tuning to your use
Perhaps the most important question: What do you want to use your Honda for. Is it your daily, with which you reliably want to hit the road every day? Of course, tuning is certainly possible, but you will not go to the edge in terms of power. You can take a well-built Honda, with a turbo or supercharger, on the road every day and enjoy it for years.
A Honda with supercharger is great to drive on the public road. Your engine gets faster throughout the rev range and picks up smoothly in every gear. If you opt for a turbo, it is important to see which turbo you choose. The bigger the turbo, the bigger the turbo gap. On the public road you will not always drive at the highest revs. If you want to pull away on the highway for a while, with a large turbo you will first have to switch back before you can use your horsepower. If you don't want that, it's better to choose a smaller turbo. Be well informed about this and clearly state your wishes to avoid disappointment.
Do you use your Honda on the road and do you also want to regularly hit the track to take part in track days or show your power on the track during events? Then you have other points that you need to take into account. On the track you load your motorcycle in a different way than on the public road. The temperatures under the hood will rise considerably. For example, good cooling is not a superfluous luxury, it should not be forgotten.
Hondas are also widely built for the drag strip. The low weight and the powerful engine form a good basis. Getting your Honda ready for drag racing is another level altogether. Here it is less about reliability and you want to squeeze every horsepower out. Your set-up demands the utmost from the engine and a broken drive shaft or broken gearbox from time to time is part and parcel of it. Of course you choose the best performance part. Of course you don't want to drop out just before the final.
Is tuning legal?
In the Netherlands you have quite a few options to legally tune your Honda. As long as your Honda continues to comply with the RDW guidelines, it's fine. In Belgium, for example, this is a completely different story. Technical tuning and some optical tuning is almost impossible due to all kinds of strict rules at the annual inspection. In Belgium, a car may not be rebuilt without the permission of the manufacturer. There is a special autotuning legislation that stipulates which conversions are possible without the permission of the manufacturer. Strict rules also apply in Germany.
Tuning in the Netherlands is generally tolerated, as long as you do it safely. Please note that you must officially have your Honda re-inspected at the RDW if you have 20% more power than standard. During this inspection, your entire car will be checked and reweighed. The new weight and increased engine power will appear on your new registration certificate. This way you can legally go on the road with your tuned Honda.
Please check the regulations in your country about this!
Honda tuning and performance: Improving air intake and exhaust
Improving the Honda air intake and exhaust is the most popular first step among novice Honda tuners. It's also a logical step, because the air intake and exhaust are parts that your engine is heavily tweaked from the factory. This has everything to do with rules that the manufacturer must comply with. Now there is a considerable margin, so that you can still legally tune your Honda. Of course you have to be careful with mufflers that make too much noise. Fortunately, with many mufflers you can adjust the sound yourself with a silencer. The use of a silencer does hold back some power.
Please check the regulations in your country about this!
To be able to deliver more power, it is important that your Honda can 'breathe' well. You do this by replacing the standard air inlet and outlet. All kinds of different performance parts are available to improve the intake and exhaust of your Honda. Always keep in mind what your ultimate goal is and choose the best tuning parts for it.
Improve Honda air intake
Improving the intake of your Honda can be done in several ways. From very light tuning to an intake with potential.
The options for improving your air intake at a glance:
- Replace the standard filter with a replacement filter from, for example, K&N. This is placed in the standard filter box and can last for years, because it can always be cleaned.
- Remove the stock air intake system from the throttle and replace it with an air intake. The standard air filter tube is made of some kind of rubber. The tube of a performance air intake is made of aluminum. This is nice and smooth and can't pull a 'vacuum' if you give it a lot of gas. An air intake is also called a short ram intake. This is because the system has a short intake tube, which keeps the filter under the hood. Here your air intake system can still draw in warm air from the engine, so you don't have an optimal power gain.
- Replace the standard air intake system with a cold air intake. A cold air intake has a longer intake tube, so that the filter ends up in the front bumper of your Honda. Here the filter draws in cold wind, which ensures optimum power gain. There is one point to note here: The filter is so low that you run the risk of sucking in water if you drive through a deep puddle. This can cause serious damage to your engine. Fortunately, there are solutions for this. With a special bypass valve or a Hydro shield, the water is stopped before it can reach your engine.
The air filters supplied with these air intake systems are reusable and will last for years. To maintain maximum suction capacity, it is important to clean them regularly. Special cleaning sets are available for this purpose from, for example, K&N. Make sure you have this in your garage, then you can easily clean your intake filter.
Depending on your wishes, there are even more parts to the air intake system that can be improved. Namely the intake manifold and the throttle. If you want to drive with a supercharger, then replacing the intake manifold makes no sense. When installing the supercharger kit, this part is completely replaced. You do want as much cold air as possible, so choose a good cold air intake.
An important point to consider when improving your Honda's air intake system is airflow. You want to achieve the best possible flow, without buffers that create weird vortices. In the AKR Performance webshop you will find all kinds of handy adapters, clamps and other mounting material. This is useful if you want to make a complete custom made air intake or cold air intake.
Also pay close attention to the combination of throttle valve and intake manifold. You actually want the diameter of the throttle valve to perfectly match the connection of the intake manifold. Do you put an extra large diameter throttle on a performance intake manifold with a smaller diameter? Then you have actually lost the advantage of the larger diameter, because of the bumper that is there. Sometimes it is possible to turn the intake manifold so that the connection fits exactly together.
TIP: The cooler the intake air, the better. You therefore prefer not to have your intake manifold heated up by the engine. You can prevent this by replacing the gasket between your engine and the intake manifold with a thermal intake manifold gasket. This gasket is made of high-quality plastic and has an insulating effect. The heat transfer from the cylinder head to the intake manifold is greatly reduced as a result, so that you just get a few percent more power.
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Honda exhaust improving
The stock exhaust of your Honda is usually one of the first parts that disappears when you get started with tuning. Your exhaust consists of several parts. You don't have to replace all of these at once. If you have just started with Honda tuning, many tuners mainly want a sporty sound. You achieve this by replacing the muffler.
Again, keep the end goal in mind. If you want more power, you will not get it so easily through the thin, standard mid pipe. It is smarter to immediately opt for a complete cat-back exhaust system, so that your mid pipe and muffler are well matched in terms of thickness and performance. With this you prepare your Honda exhaust for the power that must pass through it in the future. Bigger is not always better, you need the right back pressure for your engine to perform optimally.
Perhaps unnecessary to mention, but an exhaust should always be mounted leak-tight. All necessary gaskets and mounting material are included or can be found in our webshop, if you want to remove your exhaust in the meantime. Proper installation ensures optimum performance.
We walk through the exhaust parts step by step and show which performance parts are available.
Improve Honda exhaust manifold
We start from front to back, at the exhaust manifold. This is the exhaust section between your engine and the catalytic converter. The exhaust gasses enter your exhaust system from the 4 cylinders and must be sent to the end of your exhaust as quickly as possible. To make this run smoothly, you want a manifold that gives the exhaust gasses an optimal flow. With performance exhaust manifolds, the aim is to make all pipes the same length, so that the gasses can flow through unhindered, without colliding.
When you get started with Honda tuning, you will come across different types of exhaust manifolds. Different materials, such as stainless steel or ceramic coated, where the coating ensures better heat dissipation. But also different models, such as 4-2-1 and 4-1.
The 4-2-1 exhaust manifold is simply a model where the 4 pipes from the engine first merge into 2 pipes and then into one pipe. These models are often a bit higher under the car, so you don't hit them as easily when your Honda is lowered.
In addition, due to its design, this model especially gives more power and pulling power in the lower rev range.
With the 4-1 exhaust manifold, the 4 tubes from the engine merge into one tube. The 4 pipes are placed two by two above each other, so this exhaust manifold will be lower under your car. The chance that you hit the exhaust on a threshold or if you want to park with your nose at a sidewalk is therefore greater. This takes some getting used to at first, but you quickly get used to it. The 4-1 exhaust manifold delivers its maximum power gain at high revs.
In addition to the performance exhaust manifold with a normal connection, a JDM model is also available. The JDM model has a 2.5” connection towards the cat replacement. Not every catalytic converter, cat replacement, racing catalytic converter or test pipe fits here. If you want a JDM exhaust manifold, take this into account when purchasing the rest of your exhaust.
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Honda catalytic converter replaced for more power
Depending on the year of manufacture of your Honda, you can replace the standard catalytic converter with a cat replacement, sports cat or test pipe. If you do this on a Honda built before 1995, you will generally not be bothered by the MOT. All construction years above must meet stricter requirements. There is a good chance that you will no longer pass the MOT without a catalytic converter.
Now you can reset your standard catalytic converter every year for the APK, but you may not feel like it. With a sports cat or racing catalytic converter, the exhaust gases are still filtered, but can flow more easily through the open cell structure.
The exhaust gases in your exhaust are measured by one or more lambda sensors. These sensors transmit the measured values to your ECU. The computer in your Honda uses this information to keep your engine running smoothly. By replacing the catalytic converter, the values can deviate significantly, so that they fall outside the margins. This allows your ECU to display an error code on your dashboard. In most cases this is easy to solve with a so-called 'cell fix'.
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Replace Honda mid pipe and rear muffler
The muffler on your Honda is located between the catalytic converter and the muffler. Most performance mufflers are made of stainless steel, so they don't rust quickly and last a long time. Different versions are available, both with and without a damper.
If you mainly want a sporty sound, you can replace the muffler with a performance version. It is not immediately necessary to replace both the rear muffler and the mid pipe at the same time. Various mufflers are designed in such a way that you can mount them on the standard muffler.
There are all kinds of different mufflers available for your Honda. The sound level differs per muffler. Some come with (adjustable) silencers, so you can control the amount of sound yourself.
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Honda exhaust tuning with cat-back system
The cat-back system is a complete exhaust package, which consists of an mid pipe and a rear muffler. This system is neatly matched, for maximum flow and power gain. Are you planning to tackle your entire exhaust? Then we recommend choosing a cat-back system.
With a cat-back system you can be sure that this part of the exhaust is well matched, especially if you combine it with an exhaust manifold and cat replacement, test pipe or race catalyst that suits your set-up. You can also choose from all kinds of brands and versions with cat-back systems. This allows you to choose exactly the cat-back that suits your needs in terms of sound and performance.
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Custom made exhaust system
If you have special plans for your Honda, you may not be able to come up with the standard sizes in which the performance exhaust systems are delivered. Fortunately, that is not a problem, because AKR Performance also takes into account the tuner who wants to tailor everything themselves. That is why you will find all kinds of universal exhaust parts in our webshop, with which you can make your own custom made exhaust system.
As a specialist in supplying Honda tuning parts, we know exactly what you need. That is why you will find everything to customize your exhaust in our webshop:
- Universal mufflers
- Universal exhaust pipes
- Flanges and Adapters
- Gaskets and mounting material
Exhaust insulation gives more power
A lot of heat is coming out of your exhaust. On some Honda models you can even feel this in the car by heating up the gear knob, where the exhaust runs underneath. The exhaust manifold runs just under the oil pan and under the engine compartment. Heat rises and so will heat up the oil in your oil pan and the engine compartment.
If you want to use every horsepower, you want to keep the temperature as low as possible. Preventing the heat from your exhaust from heating up your engine and engine compartment is therefore a logical step. You can easily do this by providing your exhaust manifold with a heat wrap or exhaust band. This insulates the exhaust, so that the heat remains in the exhaust.
Insulating the exhaust of your Honda offers all kinds of advantages:
- You increase performance;
- The temperature under the hood is lower;
- You protect heat-sensitive parts;
- The intake air temperature remains lower.
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Performance gauges in your Honda
You see a lot of tuners driving around with all kinds of gauges in their cars. That's not only because it looks cool, but also because you need to know what's going on in the engine compartment. If you want to enjoy your Honda for a long time, it is important that you take good care of it. Keeping your engine warm is certainly part of this. If you give it a lot of gas while your engine is not yet up to temperature, you cause unnecessary wear and that does not benefit your power.
From the factory, your Honda is tuned within safe limits. If you are going to tune you will of course change this. You will demand more from your engine and change settings. With a cold air intake system, for example, more cold air enters your engine. In that case, more fuel needs to be added to keep the mixture optimal. Accelerating with a mixture that is too lean can mean the end of your engine.
Installing gauges in your Honda is therefore not a luxury but a necessity. The most important gauges you want to have in your Honda when tuning are:
- oil pressure gauge
- oil temperature gauge
- Air/fuel meter
The oil pressure indicates whether there is sufficient oil pressure in the system to work optimally. Of course you have an oil light in your car that comes on when there is too little oil in your engine, but then you are already too late. For example, if you see the oil pressure gauge drop back in a bend, it is important that you check your oil level as soon as possible. With an oil pressure gauge you can immediately see if there is a major leak somewhere, causing the oil to flow away quickly. You can then immediately switch off your engine.
In addition, it is of course also good to see what your oil temperature does when you accelerate sporty. You will certainly see that the temperature can rise considerably on the circuit. Depending on which oil you use, there is a maximum temperature below which the oil can continue to do its job well. If you go over this, the lubricating effect will decrease quickly. Therefore, pay close attention to the oil temperature on the circuit.
The air/fuel meter shows exactly the ratio between air and petrol in your engine. This is a meter that you should keep an eye on. Therefore, place it where you can see it continuously. The window style is a great place for this. From the corner of your eye you can see exactly what your air/fuel meter is doing. Do you give it full throttle and the meter is in the red? Release your throttle immediately to prevent damage to your engine.
Of course, there are many more gauges that you can put in your Honda. If you have a turbo or supercharger, a boost meter is also a nice addition. You can see exactly when boost is delivered, but a leak that causes boost to be lost is also noticed much faster.
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Honda tuning and performance: Fuel system
Adjusting your fuel system is certainly part of Honda tuning. The horsepower has to come from the petrol, so the supply is important. If you make adjustments to your engine, such as a cold air intake, so that more air is supplied, more fuel must also be added. Initially you can easily do this with a fuel pressure regulator. Immediately mount a fuel pressure gauge under your hood, so you can see what you are adjusting, which is very handy.
If you are going to get serious horsepower from your Honda engine, the supply and pressure in your fuel system becomes even more important. You can arrange this with a stronger fuel pump in your gas tank, a fuel rail and larger injectors that provide your engine with sufficient fuel.
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Ignition system tuning for more performance
Your ignition system ensures that the combustible mixture in your engine is ignited at the right time, releasing the horsepower. An ignition system that works as well as possible allows your Honda to run smoothly and ensures that all horsepower is extracted from your engine.
Every hitch in your ignition system results in a reduced performance. It is therefore good to take a critical look at your ignition system.
The ignition of a Honda is already good quality, but it can be even better. Especially the spark plug wires of the somewhat older Honda models will perform much better after replacement. Also adjust the spark plugs to your set-up.
One of the best-known tuning brands for your ignition system is MSD. This brand supplies all kinds of performance ignition parts for your Honda, so you can optimize your entire ignition.
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Honda tuning and performance: improving the drivetrain
Improving the drivetrain is certainly part of tuning your Honda. The stock clutch can have quite a bit of power, but there comes a point where it gets too much. A performance clutch is then necessary to cope with the increased power.
Especially when choosing the right clutch, it is important that you look carefully at what you want to achieve. Choose a clutch kit that fits your setup. An unnecessarily heavy clutch means excessive wear on your gearbox and other parts of your drivetrain.
When you are going to disassemble the gearbox to replace the clutch, replace the flywheel immediately. Replacing the stock flywheel with an alloy flywheel is a great upgrade for your performance. You will notice that your Honda picks up faster and easier when accelerating. It will also respond faster to your accelerator pedal, both when accelerating and when you let go of the gas.
Stronger driveshafts help you get extreme amounts of power on the tarmac. These drive shafts are especially recommended for Hondas on the drag strip. They are available in different stages. Each drive axle shows how much wheel power they can handle.
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Adapt the cooling system to the performance of your Honda
Good cooling is essential if you want to maximize the performance of your Honda engine. When the temperatures get too high, you will lose performance. Too cold is of course not good, you do want the engine to remain at operating temperature. Therefore, fine-tune the cooling system of your Honda to your set-up and the use of the car.
If you regularly hit the track, you may want to keep your oil cooler so you can drive longer. You can arrange this with an oil cooler. Make sure you don't go too extreme, so that the oil gets too cold on the public road.
A properly working radiator is also indispensable in your Honda. Is the radiator not working to your liking? You can easily make it cool more by mounting a larger fan. If this is not sufficient, thicker radiators are also available, with more cooling capacity.
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Honda tuning swap parts
You dream about horsepower in your Honda, but you doubt whether you can make those dreams come true with the engine that is now in your Honda. Sometimes you find out that it is smarter, and often cheaper, to trade in your engine for a engine with more potential. Swapping your 1.5 for a B-series, F/H-series or K-series engine gives you a good basis to realize your tuning dreams.
Hanging a different engine in it is fortunately easier these days than it used to be. If you want to hang an engine in your Honda that does not belong here as standard, you will run into all kinds of issues. One of the most important issues is the engine mounts. How do you hang your new motorcycle neatly and firmly in your chassis?
Performance brands such as Hasport have found something for this. Complete sets of engine mounts are available, with which you can easily install your swap. The engine mounts won't be the only thing you'll bump into. Also drive shafts, shift rods, the air intake, the manifold and wiring to connect your ECU often no longer fit. Do you want to hang another engine in your Honda? Then don't make it unnecessarily difficult for yourself and use the swap parts.
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Honda tuning with engine parts
The stock Honda engine is strong and reliable. A large number of horsepower is already obtained from a relatively small block in the factory, if you compare this with other car manufacturers. This ensures that the Honda engine certainly has potential if you want to tune.
You can even put a turbo or supercharger on a standard engine, with which you can drive for years on low boost. However, there is a limit to what your engine can carry. Depending on your wishes, the use of your Honda and the goal you have in mind, it is smart at some point to make the engine stronger.
Certainly if you seriously want to get a lot of horsepower from your engine, it is better to adjust it first. Of course you can also choose to use stronger engine parts if your engine already needs an overhaul. You are often not even much more expensive, and you immediately have a good basis to get some more horsepower from your Honda later in a safe way.
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Tuning Honda cylinder head
There are all kinds of parts in the cylinder head of your Honda. Many of these parts can be replaced by better, performance parts. You don't always have to amplify your entire engine for this. By just replacing the camshafts with sportier, performance camshafts, your power will improve.
If you want to get serious horsepower from your Honda engine, it is smart to build your engine on this. Replace the stock engine parts in the cylinder head with stronger valves and valve springs. Make sure your cylinder head is firmly attached to the lower block with ARP head bolts.
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Tuning Honda lower block
Do you want to completely adapt your Honda engine to your wishes? Then the lower block should of course not be forgotten. Prepare your engine for maximum performance with stronger pistons, piston rings, connecting rods and the perfect bearing clearance. Everything you need for building your Honda lower block can be found in the AKR Performance webshop.
As a specialist in supplying Honda tuning parts, we know exactly what your engine needs. You will therefore only find the best brands with us, which supply high-quality parts. To guarantee the best performance, it is important that all parts are installed perfectly. Ask a good engine builder to help you with this, so that you prevent loss of power.
Don't forget to flatten the head and/or bottom block before reassembling. It would be a shame if leakage occurs here and everything has to be disassembled again.
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Oil pan and lubrication system at Honda tuning
The lubrication system of your Honda ensures that your engine remains well lubricated and can function optimally. Without proper lubrication, the bearings and pistons get stuck and you stand still. It is therefore important that you can rely on the lubrication system. Therefore, replace the oil filter regularly during maintenance and ensure that there is always sufficient, good oil available.
Do you like going on the track or do you take the bends on the public road with above average speed? Then an oil pan with baffles in it can be recommended for you. When you take a bend at high speed, the oil can go one way in your oil pan. As a result, there is a chance that the oil pick-up can no longer suck in oil. This causes major damage to your engine, which suddenly has to do without the necessary lubrication.
Keeping your Honda's oil lubrication system in top condition will help prolong the life of your car.
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Honda tuning with turbo or supercharger
Do you want to literally boost the performance of your Honda? Then, of course, you install a turbo or supercharger. One system is not better than the other. What you choose is really a matter of taste. Some love the whining sound of the supercharger, while others can't get enough of the blow off valve whistling.
A turbo or supercharger set-up is suitable for the public road, the track and the drag strip. For the adjustment and the choice of parts, it is important that you determine what goal you want to achieve with this set-up.
- Do you want to enjoy using your horsepower or the public road for years?
- Want extra power to outdo your mates on the track?
- Or do you want to leave everyone far behind on the drag strip?
At the beginning of this blog, we asked you a few questions. Go through these again and consider carefully for yourself which requirements your Honda must meet. Don't take a mega turbo because your friends do too, but think carefully about what you expect from your car. Do you also want traction at low revs? Don't feel like having to downshift before you can use the full power? Then a mega-sized turbo is not what you want at all.
By keeping your wishes in mind, you can tailor the set-up of your Honda completely to what you want. This prevents expensive disappointments afterwards and ensures that you will enjoy your Honda even more.
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Need help with your search for Honda tuning and performance parts?
OK. you know what you want to achieve with your Honda setup. Now it's time to look for the right parts. That can be quite a challenge, because which performance parts fit together best? Which tuning parts provide the best performance on your Honda?
Do you find it difficult to put together the right Honda tuning parts for your set-up?
Feel free to ask us for help. We are happy to advise you. It is not without reason that we are the specialist when it comes to the delivery of Honda tuning parts. We have been involved in the tuning world for years and now know exactly what works and what doesn't.
Therefore, take advantage of our knowledge and avoid disappointments. It is of course a waste of your money and time if it turns out that the tuning parts you have chosen do not fit together, or do not give the effect that you expected. Tuning a Honda comes down to details. Small details can make a big difference.
This also applies to editing the performance parts. Bumps create strange vortices in the air intake or exhaust. You don't want that, because that way you don't gain the maximum power that this part can give you. Do you not have the knowledge, tools or location to perfectly assemble your performance parts? In the AKR Performance workshop, experienced mechanics are ready to help you tune your Honda.
Are you curious about the possibilities of Honda tuning or do you have questions about certain parts? Please feel free to contact us. We are happy to help you on more Power!